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Turnigy dlux 120A HV Brushless Speed Controller (OPTO)

Turnigy dlux 120A HV Brushless Speed Controller (OPTO)

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TGY_DEL120HV
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Turnigy® dlux ESCs have set a new bench mark in quality and performance. Each ESC uses a twin PCB design separating the motor power supply & MCU. This design allows for optimum component layout on each PCB and provides the ideal configuration for heat dissipation and thermal efficiency. Both PCBs are enclosed in a full aluminum heat sink casing to ensure maximum heat dispersion. All Turnigy dlux ESCs can be programmed via a programing card or by transmitter. Clear and easy to understand instructions are included.

Spec.
Max Cont Current: 120A
Max Burst Current: 140A
BEC: N/A
LiPo: 6~12S
NiMH: 16~36cells
Weight: 129grams
Max RPM (2-pole): 200,000rpm
Size: 60 x 33 x 23mm
Motor Plug: Female 4mm bullet Connector
Battery Plug: Nil
Features: Spark Eliminator Lead with 2mm Plug

Features.
Extremely low internal resistance
Very low operation temperature
Over temperature protection
APEC MoSfets (Taiwain)

Programming Options.
Battery Type: 6S~12S
Forward/Reverse
Soft Start
LV Cut off Type (Ignore, Reduce Power, Stop Motor)
LV Cut off setting (2.5~3.5v in 0.1v increments)
Timing (Auto, Very Low, Low, Normal, High, Very Hgh)
Switching (8,16kHz)
Factory Restore
Active RPM Control: On/Off (Governor Mode)

Default factory settings.
Brake: off
Battery: LiPo Auto Detect
Low Voltage: 3.2v (power down motor)
Timing: Auto
Frequency: 8KHz

Note: Programming box now available, check the related items below.

  • SKU TGY_DEL120HV
  • Brand DLUX
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 165.0000
  • Packaging Length 140.00
  • Packaging Width 25.00
  • Packaging Height 100.00
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I purchased this ESC a few months ago and I am very pleased with it. I have it in my giant scale Bud Nosen Citabria. I am running a Turnigy 1.60 motor and 10 cell lipo set up in it and I have more power than I need to fly the plane. The ESC was easy to set up. I just set the throttle setting on the transmitter and use the factory defaults settings. The program card was not available at the Arkansas warehouse when I got the esc. It was only available at the international warehouse. I hope to get the Program card soon where I can use the data logging capabilities with it. I have looked several places to find a HV ESC that will run a 10 cell set up for less money and I have not found one yet.

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I purchased this ESC a few months ago and I am very pleased with it. I have it in my giant scale Bud Nosen Citabria. I am running a Turnigy 1.60 motor and 10 cell lipo set up in it and I have more power than I need to fly the plane. The ESC was easy to set up. I just set the throttle setting on the transmitter and use the factory defaults settings. The program card was not available at the Arkansas warehouse when I got the esc. It was only available at the international warehouse. I hope to get the Program card soon where I can use the data logging capabilities with it. I have looked several places to find a HV ESC that will run a 10 cell set up for less money and I have not found one yet.

I got this shipped to me here in USA, traveled with it to China to test fly a new plane we are in process of developing and the unit was DOA....I ended up using the ZTW ESC that I had also got in spare. Glad I did because it would have killed the trip. I got this ESC for the datalogging feature for our test flying review of parameters and data review of the flight....Not this time.

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I got this shipped to me here in USA, traveled with it to China to test fly a new plane we are in process of developing and the unit was DOA....I ended up using the ZTW ESC that I had also got in spare. Glad I did because it would have killed the trip. I got this ESC for the datalogging feature for our test flying review of parameters and data review of the flight....Not this time.

I used this on my assault 700, 12S setup, everything went ok for less than 10 flight but today, I was on the flying field and this ESC stop working on air, luckly I could manouver thanks to a good pitch curve and a great flight controller, I land safely from a 30 meters autorotation descend.
When I plugged again the battery it make a HUGE spark and even desoldered my EC5 connector, with 10AWG wire on it.

Really disappointing, it could be much worse.

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I used this on my assault 700, 12S setup, everything went ok for less than 10 flight but today, I was on the flying field and this ESC stop working on air, luckly I could manouver thanks to a good pitch curve and a great flight controller, I land safely from a 30 meters autorotation descend.
When I plugged again the battery it make a HUGE spark and even desoldered my EC5 connector, with 10AWG wire on it.

Really disappointing, it could be much worse.

Sorry guys... this doesn't work with Neu Motors... tried in an electric F3D model.. and got the dreaded timing grumble. Tried all timing & switching modes - no consistent startup/running. Not usable. Used the programming box to change settings.

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Sorry guys... this doesn't work with Neu Motors... tried in an electric F3D model.. and got the dreaded timing grumble. Tried all timing & switching modes - no consistent startup/running. Not usable. Used the programming box to change settings.

Hi all, I have used DLux ESC, but the 120A seems less reliable than others. I used this 120A ESC @ 90A, under 8s, and it fried, after only 4 or 5 flights! Other members of my club had the same problem. I think that 120A is optimistic value. Since this event, I generously downgrades my ESC's. So, to this 90A, I chose a DLux 160A.

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Hi all, I have used DLux ESC, but the 120A seems less reliable than others. I used this 120A ESC @ 90A, under 8s, and it fried, after only 4 or 5 flights! Other members of my club had the same problem. I think that 120A is optimistic value. Since this event, I generously downgrades my ESC's. So, to this 90A, I chose a DLux 160A.

Produit rpondant mon attente,c 'est du costaud,la qualit semble etre l avec fils en cuivre et non pas cette matiere insoudable se trouvant sur d'autres controleurs, ,prix imbattable pour ce 120A -HV- utiliser avec sa carte de programmation spcifique indispensable pour ne pas se prendre la tete et qui est d'une facilit deconcertante-merci HK

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Produit rpondant mon attente,c 'est du costaud,la qualit semble etre l avec fils en cuivre et non pas cette matiere insoudable se trouvant sur d'autres controleurs, ,prix imbattable pour ce 120A -HV- utiliser avec sa carte de programmation spcifique indispensable pour ne pas se prendre la tete et qui est d'une facilit deconcertante-merci HK

I'm using several Turnigy Dlux ESC's of different Amps. This is my first 120 Amp version. The first I've got didn't work out of the box. After sending a video to HK I received full refund and ordered a new one. The second one was ok and I'm running it on 10S 5000mAH on a Turnigy G160 motor with APC 19x12 prop, no problem what so ever! Turnigy programming box is recommanded.

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I'm using several Turnigy Dlux ESC's of different Amps. This is my first 120 Amp version. The first I've got didn't work out of the box. After sending a video to HK I received full refund and ordered a new one. The second one was ok and I'm running it on 10S 5000mAH on a Turnigy G160 motor with APC 19x12 prop, no problem what so ever! Turnigy programming box is recommanded.

Got this ESC for my HK mercury 90mm 8s fan. does the job very well! Thanks a lot HK!! :)

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Got this ESC for my HK mercury 90mm 8s fan. does the job very well! Thanks a lot HK!! :)

bonjour pour moi set un produit tres ngative ne convient pas pour un 700 a vote risque pour duit dfectueux

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bonjour pour moi set un produit tres ngative ne convient pas pour un 700 a vote risque pour duit dfectueux

Good quality made esc made to last a good esc for a 90mm jet like a mb339 that's what i am putting it in?quality sealed unit and heat sink.like the quality and the design

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Good quality made esc made to last a good esc for a 90mm jet like a mb339 that's what i am putting it in?quality sealed unit and heat sink.like the quality and the design

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